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Luxury Hotel Review: The Terrace Hotel, Tbilisi, Georgia

By Kach Umandap February 27th, 2016 Posted in Destination, Luxury Hotel Review, Travel Blog 21 Comments

At just over a year old, this 26-room boutique hotel has been carefully and skillfully designed by its owners who, having previously worked for the Georgia Tourism Board, really understand the attention to detail and personal service that make a truly memorable city-break. The original architecture gives the hotel high ceilings and very tall windows, as well as the large terraces that give this place its name, and the result is a constant feeling of light and spaciousness within a personal and homely atmosphere. Finally no detail is spared in The Terrace Rooftop restaurant whose menu successfully combines authentic local dishes with touches of other European cuisines, ensuring there is something for every guest.

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Our flight arrived into cold and rain and winter Georgia at midnight and after a hectic few days in Istanbul we were so happy to finally arrive at our beautiful boutique hotel, The Terrace, in Tbilisi with the best view of the city! With 3 luxurious and relaxing days stretching ahead of us we were immediately shown to our Suite to take in the nighttime view of Tbilisi in the snow before a comfortable night’s sleep. Waking up next day we were fully prepared for a day exploring the winding streets of this ancient city rich in history.

You can check details and latest rates on Booking.com, Expedia or Agoda or visit their website directly at their website – The Terrace Hotel (Their email is:  [email protected])

Don’t just take our word for it though, check out their reviews on TripAdvisor



We were offered a beautiful light and airy room with balcony (although we enjoyed the view from the warmth of our room rather than venturing out in the snow!) which featured a modern bathroom with huge open shower. The décor throughout this boutique hotel is incredibly stylish, modern and minimalist. Each of their four room types (Standard, Superior, Terrace & Junior Suites with outdoor terraces) offers comfort and elegance for guests to relax after a long day exploring everything the city has to offer.

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10 King size bedrooms

11 Twin/Double bedrooms

4 Twin bedrooms

1 Singe bedroom

Bathroom amenities


Complimentary WI-FI internet access

Laundry and dry cleaning

Room service

Iron and iron board upon request






The Terrace is really centrally located for exploring the fascinating capital city of Georgia, being slightly uphill guests are immediately rewarded with stunning views over the rooftops of the city. Stepping out of the hotel you will find yourself in the historical district of Mtatsminda and only a few minutes’ walk from the Funicular lift which will take you up to Mtatsminda Park.

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5 minutes by car and you can find Freedom Square and Rustaveli Avenue, a further 5 minutes will take you to the Old City, famous for its Sulphur Baths, a really authentic experience for any visitors to the city! The hotel itself is only a 20 minute drive to Tbilisi International Airport and staff will be more than happy to arrange pick-up/drop-off services.

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On our second day in Georgia, we realized our dream of skiing together as Jonathan last went ten years ago and I’ve never tried it in my life! So we rented a private taxi to drive to Gudauri for just 175 Lari (70 USD), rented all our gear on arrival for 100 Lari (40USD) and paid an entrance fee of 30 Lari (12USD) for unlimited pass at the Ski resort. Depending on weather conditions the road is sometimes closed between Baku and Gudauri so be sure to check on arrival if this trip will be possible.



For any guests based in the Middle East that like skiing (or like me want to try for the first time) we highly suggest that you choose Georgia for this experience, here you really can experience luxury on a budget!

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We also had the chance to check out one of the best local restaurants in town called Azarphesha for delicious Georgian dishes, and definitely try the cable car for only $1.5 for a return ride!



The thoughtful team was always on hand to help us with any queries, particularly with advice on the area and how to organize our skiing excursion, and our Terrace Suite provided absolutely everything we needed!

While the hotel does not have its own in-house spa, they are partnered with the incredible Sam Raan Spa, the most luxurious spa in the city, featuring a range of treatments, massages, pools, Jacuzzi, and alternative therapies. They have their own shuttle service which can come and get you from your hotel and drop you back there again.

Other amenities provided are:

  • 26 luxurious rooms with city views
  • The Terrace Rooftop Restaurant serving unique Georgian and European cuisine
  • Complimentary board room
  • Complimentary WI-FI internet access throughout the hotel
  • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • Room service
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Airport transfer
  • Private guided tours and car rental assistance
  • Foreign currency exchange



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Every meal in this boutique hotel was created with so much skill and creativity, all with a panoramic view over the city! We wrapped up our memorable first day by having dinner with Natalie the manager, each course came served on beautiful wooden boards and we loved the starter course with so many tasty appetizers showing the blend of traditional Georgian and international cuisines they have to offer here.

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We absolutely recommend the delicious pork ribs and the wonderful Kindzmarauli wine! The rooftop terrace is also available to hire for parties and corporate events, providing and modern, elegant and sophisticated setting for all occasions.

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Thank you so much Natalie, Maia and team for hosting us! Not only is The Terrace a stylish and comfortable place to stay, the knowledge and care of the wonderful people here will guarantee your visit to Tbilisi is a happy and memorable experience.

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Note: This is a sponsored hotel stay with The Terrace, Tbilisi in Georgia, and all opinions and text are all mine! Thank you to everyone we met who helped to make this such a special experience.

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21 thoughts on “Luxury Hotel Review: The Terrace Hotel, Tbilisi, Georgia

  1. We are 5 adults 1infant of 1year and kid of 4years planning to travel during 20th Aug to 25th Aug to georgia

  2. Ahh, Georgia is so gorgeous! A perfect spot to experience cold and luxury without ripping off your wallet. This hotels proves it.

  3. Definitely going to look this place up when I eventually visit Jordan. I’ve been meaning to see more of the Middle East but my home in Dubai is just too easy to stay in! I always stay in boutique hotels so this would be perfect for me. Thanks for sharing the area guide too!

  4. What a detailed review! It looks like a really beautiful hotel that I definitely would not mind unwinding in for a few days. And that FOOD looks so yummy. Love following your travels!

  5. I’m always up for a luxury hotel experience! I’d definitely give this a try when I’m in Georgia, that extensive cheese selection won me over.

  6. This hotel is really magnificent. It is luxury and elegance personified. It would be great to be able to spend some quality time here and then head out to explore the beauty of Georgia.

  7. This place looks beautiful! Amazing views and load of luxury as well. I’m glad to hear about the high levels of service as well.

    Great photos as well, they really capture the hotel!

  8. This hotel looks amazing. I would love to stay in this place. I must say the room is big enough and really spacious. at least thats what I can make out from the photographs. The food looks delicious too.

  9. We loved Tbilisi, however we certainly weren’t put up in a pad as swanky as this (instead think backstreet hostel).

    It is a beautiful city, and indeed country as a whole.

    I still miss the Khinkali!!

  10. I love the terrace of this hotel and room looks cozy and comfy with balcony adding an extra perk! Thumbs up to this hotel!

  11. I can’t imagine how pleasant must be sitting in the balcony of The Terrace Hotel in Summer with the fabulous view of the city. Georgia seems as a great place to visit

  12. I love the hotel room and its complimentary board feature. The balcony is another excellent asset of the hotel too.

  13. the hotel room is so cool. I like the complimentary board room feature. It’s great for folks to host business meetings. My hubby had one while we stayed in a historic hotel in DC

  14. Wow, it sounds like you had a great visit. Your hotel room is beautiful. Love how it has a balcony. I feel like I was there too now thanks to your review and photos. Thank you.

  15. Very good review. However, you did not mention any dates in the blog. It would be a good reference for us expats working in the Middle East on when to schedule our visit to Georgia (like when to experience snow in Gudauri. Other than that, the blog is all good. Keep up the good work.

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Written by Kach Umandap

Founder of Two Monkeys Travel Group. Since 2013, Kach has visited all the 7 continents (including Antarctica) and 151 countries using her Philippines Passport. In 2016, she bought a sailboat and went on sailing adventures with her two cats - Captain Ahab & Little Zissou in the Caribbean for 2 years. She now lives in Herceg Novi, Montenegro where she's enjoying her expat life and living on a gorgeous Stonehouse. She writes about her experiences traveling as a Filipina traveler with a PHL Passport. Also tips on backpacking trips, luxury hotel experiences, product reviews, sailing & adventure travel.